Councillor Maggie Carman
Councillor Maggie Carman
Swift action by Labour Bayswater Councillor Maggie Carman has resulted in an unsafe building site being shut down.

After being contacted by a St Stephen’s Gardens resident, Maggie asked the Council to take action to stop the work at Genesis Notting Hill properties after receiving this message:

“Some of the falling debris has been scaffolding couplers (total of 6), and a short scaffold pole (about 1 metre length). If any of these had hit a person, serious injury or death would have been caused.”

Councillor Carman immediately contacted the Council who inspected the site and told her:

“I have been in touch with Genesis, this morning, and told him that the situation at St Stephen’s Gardens is wholly unacceptable and can’t carry on. I have told him that I want the scaffolding to be taken down immediately, as the current set-up is not fit for purpose and dangerous.”

Councillor Maggie Carman said:

“There is only one Highways Inspector to cover the whole of North Westminster.  If it hadn’t been for the persistence and vigilance of local residents a serious accident could have occurred.”
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